Multimedia

All multimedia materials produced for Nexus25 including podcasts, videos and photographs. These materials aim to engage a wider audience and elevate perspectives from the field.

The View from the Frontlines: Nexus Challenges in South Asia

In this episode, Nexus25 contributor Thin Lei Win takes listeners to the world’s most populous - and climate-vulnerable - region: South Asia. From erratic monsoon seasons in India to tropical cyclones in the Philippines, policymakers and local populations alike are on the frontlines of climate change, grappling with extreme impacts of climate change on their livelihoods, agriculture, and security. Thin and this episode’s guests discuss regional nexus dynamics, opportunities for policy leadership, needed reforms to unlock climate finance, geopolitics and more - all in the hopes of catalyzing greater climate resilience in the region.

The View from MSC: Sustainable Security in a Hot and Hungry World

In this episode, Nexus25 lead Michael Werz takes listeners to the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference where, in the age of a renewed Israel-Palestine conflict, Russia’s war in Ukraine, and debates over the China challenge, this year’s attendees attempted to broker agreements on the security implications of climate change - and how to build more resilient societies, militaries and food systems in response. Michael is joined by World Food Programme Berlin Director Dr. Martin Frick and Sudanese climate activist Nisreen Elsaim to discuss just how successful they were in addressing global food security - and what to keep an eye on in the multilateral space this spring.

Reshaping Multilateralism: Podcast Trailer

In this teaser episode, Nexus25 co-leads Erin Sikorsky, Michael Werz, and Nathalie Tocci offer their insights into today's nexus challenges and officially launch the Nexus25 podcast, Reshaping Multilateralism. Reshaping Multilateralism is a production of the Nexus25 project, a joint Istituto Affari Internazionali/Center for Climate and Security initiative funded by Stiftung Mercator, and produced in partnership with storielibere.fm.

Reshaping Multilateralism: Podcast Teaser

Reshaping Multilateralism is a new podcast at the intersection of food, climate, security, and migration from the team at Nexus25. Throughout this series, the team will cover the latest in climate finance, multilateral disagreements, security challenges, and more - featuring experts from every corner of the globe. Reshaping Multilateralism is a production of the Nexus25 project, a joint Istituto Affari Internazionali/Center for Climate and Security initiative funded by Stiftung Mercator, and produced in partnership with storielibere.fm.

Documentary: "Nexus: Along the Senegal River"

This documentary is a journey along the Senegal river, from the Delta to the border between Mauritania and Mali, following the steps of an environmentalist investigating the conflicts triggered by climate change. It is a direct point of view on the villages destroyed by floods, the growing clashes between farmers and herders, the impact of droughts on rural abandonment and migration. The documentary was directed by Lorenzo Colantoni and produced by IAI in the framework of the project “Nexus25 – Shaping Multilateralism”.

Photo Gallery: "Nexus Challenges in the Sahel"

Photos by the two-time “World Press Photo Award” winner photographer Riccardo Venturi (Akronos).

Conference: "Tackling the Global Shock Waves of the Ukraine Crisis"

Photos from the high-level panel discussion, organized within the framework of the project, on the global effects of the Ukraine crisis intertwining displacement, food security, and climate risks.

Photo Gallery: 2022 Munich Security Conference Side Event

Photos from the MSC 2022 Nexus25 Side Event: "That's When Things Got Complicated: Addressing the Security-Climate-Migration Nexus."